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Black and white dogs figured prominently in Charles Schulz’s childhood.When Charles Schulz was a small boy, the family got a little Boston Bull Terrier named Snooky, but it was the memory of their next dog, Spike, that would spur the antics of Snoopy for years to come.Dena had been ill for several years at this point, and likely succumbed to cervical cancer.
Schulz and his friends would play on the backyard outside when it iced over in the winter, and also inside the house, with a little creative play by his grandmother Sophie Halverson.
During his freshman year, Charles Schulz attended Sanford Junior High School in St.
Paul, about ten blocks from their home on Dayton Avenue.
The Schulz family was given a black and white mixed breed dog named Spike.
Less than two years later Spike would become the subject of Schulz’s first published illustration and over a decade later would become the inspiration for Snoopy.